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good morning, america. breaking right now. boardwalk chaos. a lovely saturday evening in venice beach, california, shattered when a driver plows into the crowd. >> that guy's intention was to kill people. >> from russia with hate. madonna and lady gaga now in the crosshairs of the same official behind the country's controversial new anti-gay law. could the material girl and mother monster actually be prosecuted. >> hell hath no furry. a woman in court for murder for hire charges. the man eating fresh water monster lurking in the louisiana
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bay bayou. we're kicking off shark week here on "gma" just when you thought it was safe to get in the water. hey, good morning, everybody. we've also got breaking sports news about the fate of superstar alex rodriguez. our colleagues over at espn are reporting that major league baseball will suspend a-rod tomorrow. it's not a lifetime ban, but it is big and ron will have the details on that coming up. >> the league's highest paid player was determined he was coming back to the yankees. also, this is a day of high anxiety for americans in nearly two dozen countries where u.s. embassies completely shut down as a result of a new and credible terror threat from al qaeda. a full report coming up. homeland security also taking steps here in the u.s., as well, this morning. also this morning, we've all seen the famous pictures of the
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running of the bulls, the am spectacle in pamplona, spain. now, this pageant is coming to the united states and surprisingly not everybody is celebrating. we'll tell you about that. >> yes. >> but we begin with the terrifying scene in venice beach, california. the warm summer evening shattered by a driver who plowed right into the crowd. witnesses say it appears the driver did it all deliberately aiming to plow into as many people as possible. abc's brandi hitt is along that iconic boardwalk with the latest. brandi? >> reporter: good morning, bianna. this boardwalk is still an active deadly crime scene. you can see the debris remains in the road behind me as officers now interview a man they call a person of interest in this case. witnesses describe the driver swerving in and out of this crowd trying to hit as many people as possible. a horrific scene overnight. this car speeding down the boardwalk on venice beach and slamming into a group of
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pedestrians. this morning, eyewitnesses say it was all intentional. >> i saw him. he was looking for blood. that guy's intention was to kill people. >> reporter: they say he fled the scene and hours later turned himself in after running down at least 12 people killing one. >> thousands of people come here to enjoy the beach and walk and bike and walk their dogs. it's horrendous. >> reporter: world famous for its ocean views and fun atmosphere it was packed saturday evening but all came to a screeching halt by this blue dodge avenger captured in these surveillance images by cameras at snapchat's beachfront offices. look here. you can see beachgoers fleeing the path of the oncoming dodge. >> he just drove and took that left turn down the center of the boa boardwalk and bodies were scattered and flying in the air and people were screaming and it was absolute mayhem. >> reporter: watch again on this surveillance video as he swerves
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seemingly aiming for the tightly packed crowd smashing into gift stands and cathering clothes across the crime scene. >> the boardwalk was packed with people and sped up and looked like purposely was swerving back and forth to run over as many people as he could. >> reporter: eyewitnesses helped the injured until fire crews and paramedics arrived. police are questioning the man in custody and have no the determined a motive. so far no charges have been filed in this case. one of the victims remains in critical condition and two are in serious condition, dan. >> motive is going to be a huge question. brandi hitt, thank you for your reporting and now to another big story, the extraordinary situation playing out for americans in 22 countries right now. sunday is normally a day of business in the muslim world but all of our embassies there are shut down and locked down because of that new al qaeda terror threat and abc's nick schifrin is near the shuttered u.s. embassy in cairo, egypt,
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nick, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, good morning, dan. we're right in front of the embassy that is usually buzzing with the start of the workweek but this morning that embassy is closed and all of the streets surrounding it are cordoned off. some embassies look like this. the yemen embassy has local soldiers guarding walls. roads full of checkpoints. pat-downs for all visitors. in cairo it hides behind giant bricks and the new travel alert means americans like 27-year-old ashley brandenburg need to take small precautions. >> you hear there might be a threat so i don't go downtown where most things are isolated. i don't go near the embassy for any reason. >> reporter: the threat started when the u.s. intercepted al qaeda messages about attacking american interests like embassies. one official calls it "a very active plot" led by osama bin laden's personal secretary. in recent days one official said a lot starting blinking red so
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now look at the man. every embassy that's supposed to be open is shut and right in the middle cairo. americans here keeping their heads down. ? >> i just keep as low a profile as i can. i look like an american and that said i don't walk into harm's way intentionally. avoid large crowds where i can. >> reporter: and it's not clear when this embassy will behind me will re-open but this morning a senior official say in yemen the threat is higher than it's been a long time. dan, bianna, across this region a lot are on high alert. >> nick, our thanks to you. meanwhile, what has been primarily a foreign concern has become a domestic one too. abc news learned homeland official officials are boosting presence at airports and train stations. >> and looking harder at visitors coming in from overseas of let's go to martha raddatz in washington where she's filling in for george on "this week" this morning.
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martha, we have beefed up security, both here in the u.s. and overseas. should we read into in that american officials think there's a truly imminent threat here or is this really out of an abundance of caution. >> it is out of an abundance of caution but it is also a very real and very serious threat. as nick said it comes out of yemen. yemen is such a dangerous place and if you look at the history of yemen, that's where the underwear, the so-called underwear bomber came from and tried to get that bomb on a plane to go off. that's what they're worried about. that's why the domestic threat and the domestic warnings because they don't know whether this will be on an airplane, an air base, an embassy, a consulate, they don't know so they want to be very cautious about this. what they do know is that they have these intercepts and the terrorists in yemen have said it will be a significant strike, a strategically significant strike
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and it will be, quote, big. >> and, martha, this unprecedented move on shutting down these embassies, how effective will it be and how vulnerable are americans currently in those countries? >> well, i think they're being closed down, number one, in reaction to benghazi but also when you know the target of these people is a strategically significant place you want to close down your embassies. that's -- there's nothing more strategic in those regions in those areas than the embassies and consulates. some of those embassies are enormous much the embassy in baghdad is absolutely enormous. billions of dollars spent on security there. some aren't. in yemen, it's an older embassy, so there are always, always vulnerabilities even in those big ones because those are closing down too. >> tense situation for americans all over the world this morning. martha, thank you and martha, by the way will have much more on the terror threat later on this week when she speaks with america's highest ranks military
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officer, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey. >> but now let's get the morning's other top stories from ron claiborne including breaking news. >> that's right, bianna, and dan, the clock seems to be running out for alex rodriguez of the yankees. good morning, everyone. new reports this morning about rodriguez, a-rod and a possible suspension that could keep him out of the game of baseball for a very long time. just as alex rodriguez insists he will play for the yankees again, sources tell our sister station, espn, that the slugger will be suspended on monday likely through the end of the 2014 season. /total of 214 regular season games. >> baseball wants something significant. they want him off the field at least through next year. they are still thinking very seriously about a lifetime ban. >> reporter: a-rod reportedly tried to approach major league baseball and the yankees to try to reach some kind of compromise on a punishment. but he was rebuffed and that is when the talks broke down with commissioner bud selig's office.
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selig had been considering a lifetime ban for the 38-year-old third baseman. >> it's the way baseball sees this, if all ten major leaguers they suspended accepted without fighting it, that is a huge victory for them. >> reporter: they played his final game in trenton, new jersey, saturday night. he walked in all four at-bats. he says he will be with the yankees on monday in chicago but right now that doesn't look likely. and with the suspension now, all but certain, the only question whether rodriguez will be able to appeal whatever punishability the league metes out and return to the ball field pending a decision by an arbiter. and we have breaking news overnight, four people injured in a limousine crash in las vegas. police said it happened when a pickup truck crossed the center line of traffic and crashed into the limo. four taken to the hospital. two in critical condition.
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incalifornia, a building demolition went awry sending shrapnel in a crowd of spectators. it happened on saturday in bakersfield as crews were demolishing an old power plant here. this amateur video shows pieces of debris flying into the crowd. four people were slightly hurt but one man suffered a severe leg injury. >> it shook out and they looked down. i guess his leg was like cut pretty bad. they -- a lot of people said his foot was missing and all torn up. >> 4x6-inch metal shrapnel hit a young lady and hit me in the knee, as well. >> it's earned by pg&e and was decommissioned for decades. no winner last night in the
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powerball jackpot. it was estimated to be $200 million and now expected to go up to $400 million getting close to the range when i jump in which is $500 million. the numbers drawn last night not that it matter, maybe they help you pick the next round, 21, 24, 36, 42, 45 and the powerball was, bianna -- >> was it 15? >> right. 15. good guess. thanks very much. better luck on wednesday to all of us. >> yeah, so when it gets to 5 you're in. >> half a billion dollars, i'm in. >> enough beer money. >> that raises it from beer money to real money. ron, thanks. well, we'll turn now to two of the world's biggest superstars potentially facing legal action in russia. the official behind the country's controversial anti-gay law now wants to prosecute madonna and lady gaga saying they violated the terms of their visas to enter the country but their outspokenness may be
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behind the threat and kirit radia has more out of our london bureau. >> reporter: russia is threatening some of america's biggest pop star, lady gaga and madonna did technically violate their visas but this seems to be more about their support for gay rights. ♪ i was born this way >> reporter: no secret lady gaga is an outspoken supporter of gay rights no more than in her hit song "i was born this way." that's landing her in trouble in russia. last year in a concert she spoke out about the city's harsh anti-gay law. >> tonight, this is my house, russia. you can be gay at my house. >> reporter: under that law it's illegal to even speak about homosexuality around minors. lady gaga has been accused of spreading gay propaganda. she's not the only one. madonna also denounced the law during a concert in st. petersburg last year. >> here and all around the world
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have the same rights. >> reporter: now both of them are facing punishment. technically because their visas didn't allow them to work in russia but the investigation came at the urging of the official who wrote the anti-gay law. >> i think the visa charges are really a shot across the bow for lady gaga, madonna and other international performers who are thinking about taking up the gay rights agenda. >> reporter: that law has been popular in russia, a country where homosexuals are often the target of violence. it's been so popular, in fact, the law has now been adopted nationally. violators including foreigners face fines, deportation, even jail. in the united states, the law has called for a boycott of russian products like vodka and even a boycott of next year's winter olympics in sochi. russia announced it will suspend the law for athletes and fans during the games. >> thank you for spreading the
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message of "born this way." >> reporter: russ hasn't announced to prosecute the pop stars but if convicted they could face steep fines or even be banned from russia. concert promoters say if they are charged other big acts may cancel plans to perform in russia. so far no response yet from either lady gaga or madonna but knowing them we probably will hear from them soon. dan and bianna. >> sounds entirely likely. kirit, that is for your reporting and time to check the weather and it's ginger zee. >> good morning, guys. it was an active severe weather day east of the rockies talking more than 70 severe weather records coming in northeastern colorado, montana and this hail, huge, almost 3 inches long. look at that thing thanks to kmgh thanks for finding that photo and montana video. hey was falling there. looks what it look like while you were driving on the roads in montana. looks like almost snow. can be detracting when you're driving so slow it down. rainfall, because there was some
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major rain in kansas yesterday. flash flooding and this is what's left over. that's emporia, kansas and warnings west of wichita so it's happening again along that stationary front. it hasn't been moving much and a big part of what's happening from wichita to springfield in the heart of it, 1 to 2 extra inches and tomorrow talking about missouri under 4, 5, 6 inches getting are mo as we go through the next 24 hours. you want to have nice and comfortable summer weather? well, wake up in the 60s anywhere from charleston, pittsburgh is right around 59, new york city starts at 67. nice day are to many and here's the next three days of completely nice from detroit to chicago, new york city going to be right around 80. slightly below average for a lot of folks.
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>> dan and bianna's favorite time of the morning. what type of cloud is this? let's look at it. >> cumulonimbus. >> cumulonimbus is in there. see it on top. >> monsoonal flow. >> lenticular clouds. >> looks like a mushroom. has to do with a couple of things, stable air up and over the topography. >> we love learning. >> i'll try to get lenticular into a sentence. >> favorite time of the year. >> all right, thank you, ginger. every year we see the picture, annual pageant of the
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running of the bulls in pamplona, spain, immortalized by ernest hemingway coming to america and not everybody is pleased. abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: it's epic. it's death defying and now the running of the bulls is coming to you. a great bull run inspired by the story pamplona arrives in richmond, virginia. organizers are holding events in georgia, texas, florida, california, minnesota, illinois and pennsylvania. the event first came to cave creek, arizona, in 2008. >> i feel great. i had my adrenaline rush. >> reporter: the rues are pretty simple. 24 bulls will be released in three groups. you wait for the buts to get close to you and then run for your life literally. >> they'll be released through a chute in a crowd of hysterical
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participants, some will slip. some can fall and break their leg. >> reporter: the humane society's john goodwin finds bull running boarish saying it's too risky for the bulls and runners. >> we do not need to put animals in harm's way for entertainment. >> reporter: organizers i have that's bull. according to their website they say "we don't kill the bull in a bull fight, nor do we abuse them in any way" and unlike the narrow streets of pam problem that, they will use coping to allow participants to dodge the bulls more easily in this's not going to run because they're happy or content. they're running because they're scared for their lives. >> all runners gather in the arena. >> reporter: the great bull run's organizers say 5,000 daredevils have signed on making the organizers feel bullish about bringing pam problplona t u.s. >> they're going to bring the great tomato fight they also
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have has part of the bull run. they'll bring that to the united states. >> they could have kept that all in spain. not here. >> fair enough. now from danger on the lapd to danger in the water we've got sort of a surf and turf plate of questionable behavior. >> that's right. tonight the discovery channel is kicking off shark week. they do it every summer and linsey davis is here with an exclusive "gma" preview. >> here's a tidbit you can share with people at the cocktail party. did you know that there are sharks that can live in both saltwater and fresh water and there are hundreds of them in the louisiana bayou. well, they're called bull sharks, about ten long and extremely aggressive. but local fishermen say there's an even bigger and deadlier monitor lurking in the waters. they call them voodoo sharks. it's discovery channel's shark week meets swamp people. >> what is this?
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>> jesse, jesse! >> reporter: legend holds that a man-eating monster stalks the murky waters of louisiana's bayou. to learn more a shrimp boat crew joined a team from louisiana state university to track a vicious species of freshwater shark. >> i've been shot, i've been stabbed, i've been run over, but i've never been scared like i am right now to get in this water. >> reporter: that's blimp, a shrimper who's fished these wears all his life plugging into the depths of danger below. >> within no time it is surrounded. >> i've got to be crazy. >> something strange happens, all the sharks around the cage flee. an even larger predator emerges from the depths. >> i see one coming up.
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biggest one yet. >> using new cameras including the robotic shark cam -- >> enough. let's go. >> reporter: discovery channel follows the legend not just under the water but through the tales of the storied bayou. >> that's what they've been calling it down here, the voodoo shark. voodoo shark. >> reporter: it's the guy's voice of what's lurking beneath that definitely hooks people. all week we'll bring you sneak peeks of what's coming up on discovery channel's shark week. >> something about the bayou that makes excellent a-plus level tv. >> what's lurking beneath? >> you're so right. i'll watch and i think jake will be watching this. >> not safe for anybody under 2. maybe not safe for anyone under 40. >> you'll never swim again. >> linsey, thanks. coming up, the trying to persuade her boyfriend to murder two of her ex-boyfriends.
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what her lawyer is now saying in her defense. >> a wild case. a big new wrinkle in the simon cowell love triangle scandal. what is happening between the married womaning carrying simon's baby and her husband who by the way is also simon's friend. >> plus, watch this. cat meets vacuum cleaner. keep it here. much more "gma." we got this just for you. more on that coming up on "gma." keep it here. >> i could watch this all morning. >> i'm sure you could. a quarter million tweeters musicare tweeting.eamed. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why the internet needs a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less. it's called hp moonshot. and it's giving the internet the room it needs to grow. this going to be big.
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simon cowell gets the big bust for dishing out his opinion but he's keeping mum about getting his friend's wife pregnant. make that former friend. we're sorting out this scandalous story for you and how it could involve a very messy custody battle. so many headlines still coming out of this story. good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> crazy story. i'm dan harris, sunday, august 4th. something coming up, much less salacious. a feline that has a thing for vacuum cleaners. >> plenty salacious. >> yes, this is really scandalous. that's coming up in "pop news" but we are going to start here this half hour with the case of a college student in california who was accused of trying to hire two of her buyoyfriends to
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murder two ex-boyfriends. >> now they're talking to "gma" about it. and clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: prosecutors say behind this smile is a scorned ex-girlfriend out for revenge. 21-year-old uc riverside student barbara wu is behind bars in a murder-for-hire plot. the alleged target who has not been identified testified in court friday that after he dumped wu via e-mail she began a quest for revenge. allegedly sending threatening messages posting his personal information on a craig'slist sex ad and confronting him with a knife. >> she guarded the door with a knife. she tried to attack me with the knife and that's all i remember. >> reporter: on the stand he said he had to punch wu in the face in self-defense. wu is fighting six felony charges including solicitation to commit murder and stalking which her attorney calls
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baseless. >> they have yet to produce one threat of any kind that my client made. what you're going to see, though, is a spurned young person that was very much in love. >> reporter: the defense says while wu may be a jilted lover her only crime was egging her ex's car along with her new boyfriend dennis lin and all of it was his idea. >> he got caught by the school for egging the ex-boyfriend's car and blamed everything on my client. >> reporter: according to court documents when she allegedly asked lin to report murder for him he went to police who asked him to wear a we are and when they listened they heard wu plotting a violent death for her ex. >> she asked me to kidnap him, tie him up so she could break his legs with a bat to motorcycle him and then to somehow kill him and then dispose of the body. >> reporter: for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver.
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>> such a bizarre story. can't keep up with how many boyfriends she even had. >> interesting trial. we'll need to follow that. a lot of other headlines overnight and for that as always it's ron claiborne. >> good morning, dan, bianna, everyone. in the news one person dead, 11 others injured after a man drives is car into a crowd of people on busy venice beach in los angeles, security video shows the man parking along the boardwalk and later speeding into the crowd and turned himself in to authorities a short time later. 21 u.s. embassies and consulates in muslim country bs around the world are closed this as u.s. officials warn of a possible al qaeda attack. american travelers abroad generally have been warned to take precautions. and espn is reporting that new york yankees star alex rodriguez will be suspended through the end of the 2014 season by major league baseball. this will be announced on monday. that's a total of 214 regular season games, rodriguez has been in a rehab minor league assignment but scheduled to rejoin the team monday.
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he says he's planning on playing tomorrow. searchers will be back on mt. hood looking for a missing snowboa snowboarder. the man was buried when a ice tunnel he was on the white river flash sure collapsed. five other people with that snowboarder escaped then ryed to rescue the companion but the ice and snow was too thick. that recovery effort search effort continues later today. time now for the weather and over to ginger zee. >> hey, good morning to you. start us out in miami. they have a decent day ahead. you know, it's been such a wet summer for many people in the southeast including miami beach had their wettest july on record. look at that. not too shabby. this afternoon some scattered storms but go for a high around 91 in miami. orlando gets into mid-90s, tallahassee, too. atlanta will be just north of that cold front as that flips to the south so they'll be around 90. raleigh right there around 88. now we want to look at what's happening in the south because it has been hot in dallas. they will get their longest stretch of 100s, 101 today and
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go till the end of the workweek talking all the way through friday, san angelo, 100. san antonio, 98 and amarillo will top out around 96 today and that flash flooding we mentioned at the beginning you need to know there are warnings and watches all through the central plains. if you're in cancer or -- kansas or missouri, you have rain to come. do not drive into in he water. you do no know what's under it. here's a look at the pacific northwest. >> this weather report has been brought to you by petco. we do have a kid forecaster. her name, 6-year-old bennett wintampa rop. >> hello, this is bennett win
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wintrop reporting for "good morning america." it's a high of 67 degrees. bundle up and enjoy the america cup race. >> i need to get that hat. thank you. >> by the way, it's cold in san francisco in the summer. >> i know. they get really chilly. they get that pacific air. well, she looks good either way. >> she wears it well. >> that's all that matters. >> thank you, ginger. coming up on "gma," new pictures of simon cowell and his friend or former friend's wife carrying his child. >> caught up with that? >> there is a fresh, pardon the expression, x factor in all this. we'll tell you about all that after the break. he just retired from soccer. now david beckham has ambitious plans for the future. the new direction he's considering for get this a second career.
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surfacing this morning of simon cowell and his friend's wife who is now carrying simon's baby making out on a boat last year. >> and new questions are bubbling up about whether the boatload of bad press could end up hurting his career. on top of this there is a legal battle between the baby momma and her current husband and abc's linzie janis is trying to track all the various strands of this. >> trying be the operative word there. good morning, guys. you could argue simon cowell is creating more drama in his personal life than he ever has on tv. put himself smack in the middle of what's looking like a nasty divorce and custody battle. paparazzi snaps snow a distracted looking lauren silverman toy shopping with her 7-year-old son in the hamptons this weekend. the new york socialite carrying simon cowell's love child was reportedly taking a break from crisis talks with her husband andrew silverman over custody of their son. according to website tmz her friends saying she's crying foul saying her hubby knew all along
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that she and cowell were seeing each other. >> since the news broke -- >> reporter: also cowell is reportedly worried the scandal could be a disaster tore his public image. >> nasty, nasty. >> reporter: nicknamed mr. nasty for his ruthless judgment on "the x factor" -- >> never ever ever again. it's a resounding no. >> reporter: cowell is allegedly worried even he can't get away with being this bad. >> i think part of the fact that simon cowell's kind of the guy we love to hate is actually going to help him through an incident like this. i can only imagine if it was ryan seacrest with a clean-cut image they would be designated by this but i think simon cowell will survive. >> as for the man scorned tmz quotes sores saying andrew wants to make his ex-friend pay dearly. expressing shock over these newly released photos of the pair apparently kissing a year ago on a yacht he says he chartered. mr. silverman is also reportedly threatening to sue for sole
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custody of his son on the basis of the fact his mother is an unfit mother. >> what's clear we don't know the truth. there are three people in the world that know what they knew and when they knew it and it's up to them to work it out. >> i just wanted -- >> reporter: until then there will likely be no shortage of interest in this public and messy love triangle. according to at least one media report simon cowell is seeking solace in the south of france. apparently he's gone on a month-long vacation. that's what you do when things get complicated. head to saint-tropez. >> we did hear his mother is excited about being a grandmother. at least some good news. >> i suppose. >> going to the south of france. coming up on "gma" a new career for david beckham. we'll tell you where he could be getting his next paycheck. "pop news" after the break. shjust graduated and got a freelance gig. it's not going very well.
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visit ♪ all right. time now for "pop news" linsey davis has the watch this morning. >> it's an honor. >> right. >> you were going to say it. >> that's exactly what i wanted to say. >> nothing gets your sunday morning started like "pop news." i know. >> i didn't want to say that out loud but now that you brought it up. >> okay. >> time to get "pop news" in. he's beckham, david beckham that is, we've seen him sprint down fields and model in his underwear but soon we may see the star like we've never seen him before on the big screen. beckham is reportedly considering a role in the upcoming spy thriller "the secret service." it includes samuel l. jackson and colin firth.
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between those first two i might see the movie. >> yeah. >> we'll see. it's a natural segue, right. >> the added bonus of that movie. >> and seth rogen and james franco may play best friends in "this is the end" but the tables are about to turn. comedy central says rogan will be the official roastmaster at franco's network roast over the weekend. though it may be franco's first time in the hot seat he is no stranger to comedic criticism and known to be able to laugh at himself. first worked together on "freaks and geeks." you can only imagine the material he's got on him. i love a good roast. i think this is so -- >> if they can take it. >> yes. "that was a judd apatow show. that's how they all got together. anyway, i'll be doing "pop news" next weekend. >> and look at this video.
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really cute. look who is on. possibly the cutest creature ever, these are baby ligers born from a tiger mom not the normal tiger mom you're used to seeing. the tiger mom at a zoo in russia. ligers are the largest species of cat in the world and, everybody, we all know about them from the movie "napoleon dynamite." >> what's a liger? >> pretty much my favorite animal. it's like a lion and a tiger mixed. skills in magic. >> loves that. >> whole thing about having skills in magic, by the way. >> these cats certainly magical. >> yes. >> nonetheless. >> beautiful looking. >> finally, dan, this one is discuss for you. we know you love a good cat video. but i have to warn you as part of the fun, guys, this one really sucks. take a look.
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>> one of those special liver flavored vacuums. this cat is sure feline it. got that. i think that is the purr-fect ending for "pop news." >> that's right. that's linsey davis. dropping the mike. all right. bad pun for you. we'll be right back with more "gma." linsey will be gone at that point. >> i guess i hoped. on my chest? funny, yes? no. there's nothing mini about me. i'm huge. ahem. any hoo. even my wrapper has a wrapper. flavor? i'm bursting with it. creamy? i ooze it. quality like this... (muffled):...doesn't come everyday. well technically it does because i'm in the grocery but... ooh, how you doin'? rich. creamy. and 100% natural cheese. mini babybel.
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>> good sunday morning. i'm kira klapper in for carolyn tyler. francis ding is here for meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, francis. >> good morning. we have a marine layer about 2,000 feet pushed well inland so we are starting off with gray skies. by this afternoon you notice temperatures will be cooler compared to yesterday. so it's cloudy this morning with temperatures in the 50s, then we will see a lot of sunshine, except for the coast. temperatures there will be fear 60 degrees. inland areas only getting up to the mid-80s today. by this evening the clouds return. we will see some patchy, low clouds again and temperatures dropping into the low 750s. we have a cooling

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